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Sharpeye Surfboards - Inferno FT

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In this episode, Noel Salas reviews the Sharp Eye "Inferno F T" with special guest shaper Marcio Zouvi. It all started when Felipe Toledo asked Marcio for a quad that had high performance like his thruster surfboards, and Marcio went to work on the model by playing around with fin placement. Starting with the dims on the "Inferno 72," Marcio wanted to increase speed, projection and recovery from turns. He added a bit more rocker compared to the "Inferno 72" and calls it somewhere between that High Performance Shortboard and a Daily Driver. Noels says the "Inferno F T" doesn't disappoint with lots of drive, speed and no short of pivot. Noel says it's his favorite HPSB in the pool to date. Eddie Lester of Southern California says it feels like a HPSB with lots of pop to make it feel super high performance in those California waves. Eric Petersen rides it in North Florida and Puerto Rico waves. He says it performed nicely, but he would consider getting a shorter one if he intended riding it more in Florida. Asa Cascavilla said the board was loose and playful with lots of speed. Top-to-bottom pivot, it felt more like a thruster and definitely a favorite. Watch the complete review for all the details!

Noel's height 5'9" and Weight 173 lbs.
Board Dims: 5'6" x 19 x 2.38 (26L)

Eddie Lester Height 6'0" and Weight 190 lbs
Board DIMS: Stock '0" x 19.38 x 2.63 (30.778L)

Eric Petersen Height 5'8" and Weight 180 lbs
Board DIMS: 5'9.5" x 19.25 x 2.63 (29.5L)

Asa's Height 5'10" and Weight 165 lbs
Board Dims: 5'6" x 19 x 2.38 (26L)